Category Archives: Helen Fisher Smith

January 17, 1937

Sun., 17   Dumas comes at 10 o’clock. Grace stays home to get dinner which is good. Write Helen. Hear Dr. Sockman a sermon from Montreal & Dr. Fosdick. All good. Grace attends choir rehearsal. Advertisements

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January 15, 1937

Fri., 15   Morning devotions. Letter from Anna. Mrs. M (sic) had flu and died of pneumonia. Grace ? roses. Letter from Helen but no books. Grace gets a good dinner. Dumas does the work. I work in the balsam. … Continue reading

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January 11, 1937

Mon., 11   (Sunday)  Dr. Sockman talks. Dumas comes at 10 a.m. No Frances today. Chicken dinner. Write Helen. Try to help get dinner but have to let go. Grace attends church P.M. & evening work on poem. It is … Continue reading

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January 9, 1937

Sat., 9  Dr. Walton on the church & home. Another dark day. Frances does not come. Junior sick. Write Walter Coates & Son. Sara comes & does a lot of things. Letters from Helen & Anna.

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January 7, 1937

Thurs., 7   Morning devotions. Grace goes to the Binghams to luncheon. Mrs. B sends me a book. Helen goes back to N. Y.  I am so sorry & lonely. I wish she could stay at home but know she … Continue reading

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January 6, 1937

Wed., 6   Morning devotions. Karl & Henrietta go to Burlington. We are all so happy that Henrietta does not have to go to the hospital. Helen reads to me & I work in the balsam & so the day … Continue reading

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January 5, 1937

Tues., 5   Dumas washes & irons. Morning devotions. I write Anna & Helen. (Several illegible lines) Dear, dear Ruth. She need (sic) to give her chicks to Tuttle & now from her fingers they drop to me. How can … Continue reading

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